Part Number: OPA227 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA210 , OPA197 , OPA192 Hello team,
I have a question about regarding thread above.
Could you suggest a device similar to the OPA227 with improved linearity on the negative side?
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA355 Hello this is seongmun kim nowaday, i am running to simulation about noise analysis. but example noise information in macro is not correct for analysis. can i share the inforamtion about noise component for OPA355,…
Part Number: OPA227 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM3409 , Hi Team,
If the customer want to add TTL control, what should they do?
1) the preliminary preparation is shown as below, a MOS tube is connected in series. However, it was found that the TTL…
Part Number: OPA227 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA189 Hi all
My customer has a non-inverting amplifier with a gain=10 with the OPA227 and he asks about the long-term drift of the output voltage.
What value can they expect ?
... and would you rather…
Part Number: OPA227 Hi, I need a suptitude for a discontinued HA17741 opamp. I believe OPA227 would work (the HA17741 work at lower temperature than the standard 741 opamp). If this one is not 100% compatible, do you have a better match?
Part Number: REF102 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA227 , , OPA277 Dear member of this forum,
I need to generate a very precise 10 uA current .
I used the schematic in the description of the REF102 chip together with the OPA227 Op Amp.
Part Number: DAC8820 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA227 , , OPA827 , OPA828 Data sheet recommends using OPA227 with the DAC8820 due to its low input offset voltage (+/-5uV). However, OPA227 slew rate (2.3V/usec) is too slow . I have searched for op-amps…